Gold Prospecting and Mining

Scrap Gold Business Model

Have you wanted to work a job that does not require you to come in at certain hours just to allow you to keep it? Would you rather make more money doing something that is more interesting than spending a lot of time in a cubicle? This is the solution for you: become an expert in scrap gold! Gold is historically one of the most stable investments, so your market is not going under any time soon! You will learn how to start dealing in scrap gold and how to start your business for less than $50! You will also learn how to test the gold that you come across so that you don't get ripped off. You will learn how to trade peoples gold for cash, and how to find gold in the first place. Start making your own business that deals in the most secure investment of all time!

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Introduction and Historical Perspective

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The ever-increasing demand for resources led to the essentially complete exploitation of easy-to-mine areas and left more difficult areas (such as deeper mines or very remote mines in the cold Arctic regions) for the future. The gold mining industry now has the deepest mines in the world. For example, the AngloGold Ashanti gold mine Tau Tona (a Setswana word for Great Lion) outside Carletonville, South Africa, is 3.6 km deep (Figure 1.3). The mountains of tailings in the foreground of this figure are processed (crushed to powder and chemically treated) gold-bearing rock recovered from the mine. A great deal of drilling and blasting was carried out to produce these large hills. Currently, there are plans to reach as deep as 3.9 km, where more gold-bearing rocks can be found. At these great depths, rock temperatures reach 55 C and extensive air conditioning is required for the miners in order to cool the air temperature to the bearable level of 28 C. The challenges of drilling to great...